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The L.A. Taco Summer Mix is Here

Mixed by one of our favorite L.A. DJ's, DJ Diego Fuego, this mix is designed for summer house parties, bbqs and cruises. Cumbia, hip-hop, pop, house, and Foos Gone Wild all blended together into a delicious concoction you'll play multiple times this Summer-- it's 55 minutes of heat that we're proud to present to you today.

I enjoy music like I enjoy tacos... all the time and in a variety of flavors. This mix has some of the many musical flavors you'll find around LA, with a little something for everyone. It's my take on what you all may hear at clubs and bars for the next few months: some brand new jams, tracks that we couldn't fully enjoy in 2020, and of course some classics. Enjoy and I'll catch y'all at the taco joints and on the dance floor. -- DJ Diego Fuego

Track List:
1. Los Master Plus - Me Tiro el Calzon (Thong Song)
2. Foos Gone Wild - Foo Files Cumbia feat. Tropa Magica
3. Grupo Kual - Amor Regresa Ya
4. DJ Santiago - Marihuana Cumbia
5. Mariposa del Alma - I Love You For All Seasons
6. The Far East - I'm In Love
7. One Blood - Be Thankful
8. Childish Gambino - Feels Like Summer
9. Cardi B - Up
10. Frank Ocean - In My Room
11. Kali Uchis - Telepatia
12. Bad Bunny - Yonaguni
13. Foos Gone Wild - The Higher The Socks
14. Mystikal - Shake Ya Ass feat. Pharrell
15. Karol G - Bichota - Mike F Cumbia Remix
16. Fatima Yataco - Porque Te Vas
17. El General - Rica Y Apretadita feat. Anayka
18. Crystal Waters - Gypsy Woman
19. Polo & Pan - Tunnel feat. Channel Tres
20. Ben Hixon - Candy Paint
21. John Beltran - As The Sun
22. SAULT - I Just Want To Dance
23. SZA - Good Days

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